Allan Armbrister and Chris Moran were defence counsel in a RSPCA prosecution of 6 men charged with animal welfare offences.
Including civil fraud, commercial, chancery, employment, PI & clinical negligence.
Prosecuting or defending every type of case at every level, from the magistrates’ courts to the Supreme Court.
Advice & advocacy relating to children, family finances & Court of Protection/adult care cases.
Regulatory & public law
Including judicial review, regulatory, disciplinary, immigration, sport & coronial law.
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Mr Gentry, who successfully argued that Ct should not set aside judgment even if obtained by fraud, has been found… https://t.co/xe57Ej6Vi2
At the inquest touching upon the death of Poppi Worthington, the effect of Rule 22 of the Coroners (Inquests) Rules 2013 was thrust into the media spotlight as her father exercised his right to refuse to answer 252 questions during the course of his evidence. Judy Dawson from the Inquests Team considers the provisions and the impact it can have upon the evidence at an Inquest and its weight.